Student Research Award
Each year, the School of Public Health selects one masters level and one doctoral level student to receive the Award for Research Excellence. These awards recognize students who have demonstrated excellence in the design, conduct, execution, and impact of research stemming from thesis, dissertation, or a portfolio of research projects in which they have been involved during their research experience at the School. The winning students, nominated by each department and selected by the Research Committee, are recognized in May.
All students who are eligible to participate in the graduation ceremonies are eligible to compete for the award. Student eligible for graduation include those who have completed their core courses, are completing concentration courses the semester they participate in commencement, and have completed the MHA capstone course, the MPH comprehensive exams, the MSPH thesis, or the doctoral dissertation. Students that graduate later than spring semester will be eligible for consideration at the following spring graduation ceremony.
Students should review the application procedures and application as listed below:
January 31: Notice of intent to complete due to Office of Research and Dept. Head
1st Friday of March: Student applications due to respective Department Heads
3rd Friday of March: Nominee names due to the Office of Research
Dr. Ory and Dean Maddock presenting awards to Louise Myatt and Amber Trueblood.